Station located atop Robinson Hall at UNC-Asheville, Dept of Atmospheric Sciences Backup contact is Chris Hennon email@example.com
Forecast Last Updated at Friday, July 1, 2022 at 7:10PM
Traditional Fourth Weekend Weather
Much like this afternoon and evening, scattered showers and thunderstorms ruled the forecast and the same is expected to persist through the Fourth. It’s not going to rain all the time, and there will be a fair amount of sunshine, but just be prepared for an afternoon thundery interruption at times. Temperatures will be near to slightly above normal through the period.
Hi: 89 Lo: 65
Perhaps an evening shower or thundershower around; Scattered clouds; Light south wind becoming calm
Hi: 84 Lo: 66
Partly sunny; Scattered PM showers & thunderstorms; Light north wind
Hi: 85 Lo: 66
Partly cloudy early; Increasing clouds in the PM; Scattered showers and thunderstorms in the PM; Light north wind
Hi: 85 Lo: 68
Partly sunny for Independence Day; Scattered PM showers & thunderstorms
Hi: 86 Lo: 68
Partly sunny; A good chance for PM showers & thunderstorms; Warm & humid
Wednesday - More of the same; Partly sunny with scattered PM thunder; Warm & humid; High in the mid 80s; Low in the upper 60s
Thursday - Partly sunny; Scattered PM showers & thunderstorms; Warm & humid; High in the mid 80s; Low in the upper 60s
The weather map scheme looks just about like you would expect for the beginning of July. A Bermuda High-pressure system is taking shape in the western Atlantic, pumping in a gentle but steady supply of Gulf+Atlantic moisture. Meanwhile, a stationary front is going to be situated to our north near the Mason-Dixon Line over the weekend, while a lee trough of low-pressure sets up shop over the Foothills and/or Piedmont.
This combination of features will promote pretty good coverage of afternoon showers and thunderstorms for the foreseeable future. It’s difficult to pinpoint days with higher coverage, however, there will probably be a day or two over the next seven that are noisier than the rest.
No holiday weekend washouts are anticipated but just plan on an hour or two where you have to move things indoors each day.
First, all data and forecasts on RaysWeather.Com are the intellectual property of RaysWeather.com, Inc. Here is our usage policy regarding rebroadcast or redistribution of any information from our site...
"The reader is not permitted to reproduce, retransmit, redistribute any weather data, forecasts, analysis, image, or any other product from this site to any other person or entity, in any format by any means. All information, data, and images contained on any page of this site are copyrighted by RaysWeather.Com, Inc. (unless otherwise noted) and is the property of RaysWeather.Com, Inc. Information, data, and images from this site may not be archived or stored for future use. Exceptions to this condition of use may only be made by express, written permission of RaysWeather.Com." See our Terms and Conditions page.
In short, if you do not have a written agreement with us to do so, you do not have permission to republish any information found on this site. If you work for a media entity (TV, radio, website, newspaper, etc.) and wish to republish information from this site, please contact us at raysweather.com or call our offices at 828.264.2030.